Guntucky

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  • 2013
  • 2 Seasons
  • 5.7  (15)

Guntucky is a patriotic blend of firearms entertainment and a slice of life of the Sumner family that runs Knobb Creek in Kentucky. The show is an engaging glimpse into the realities that follow weapons experts in their roles as fantastic weaponry facilitators. The use of exciting guns is mixed with the facets of the lives that artillery range demonstrations impact. The Sumners try to reach a balance between explosions and education while running a business. Patrons at Knobb Creek bring everything from cannons to machine guns to bring to life exciting movie scenes, historical reenactments, and hypothetical combat situations. Other parts of the show involve scenes that examine roles of men and women in the store setting. Traditional family values underscore every situation and respect is always the moral compass that the Sumners use to guide their interactions. A recurring theme for the show is the balance between swagger and salesmanship. At a time when America is focused on the debate on whether or not guns still have a place in modern society the Sumners all live raise their own while immersed in firearms. Parents on the show teach their children that guns can not only entertain, but teach life lessons safely as well. The store embodies working class principles that emphasize bullets as the backbone of leisure. In addition to demonstrations that show how large magazine firearms are used, practices such as haggling, staffing concerns, and a gambit of quagmires encompass every interaction. Guntucky airs on CMT. It is a reality show for anyone that can appreciate the importance of cooperation when running a family business. Varying episodes take a head-on approach to showcase the virility, honesty, and lightheartedness of true southerners. While dialects and classic rural demeanor are inseparable from the family's dealings, the show offers perspectives on artillery that speak to a broad spectrum of viewers.

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Seasons
Tanks for the Memories
6. Tanks for the Memories
May 17, 2014
Steven, accompanied by a local re-enactor named Tackleberry, attempt to make the dream of a father and son come true with a live fire re-enactment. Kenny and his friend fail to come to an agreement.
Lords of War
5. Lords of War
May 4, 2014
The range is always willing to go the extra mile to help their customers. They take some friends on an epic competition shooting weapons from every major American conflict. Steven sets up targets for grenades, while Payton goes rogue and purchases a canon.
Shotgun Wedding
4. Shotgun Wedding
April 26, 2014
Cornbread, an unusual customer has an unusual request. Wanting to blow off steam he wants to see about doing a fantasy where he has to escape from behind enemy lines. Chad's been hustling some of the younger kids on the range, so one of the older guys challenges him to an assault rifle challenge. Chad and Biff have to test the new sight on a 300 rifle that is being used as a hog gun, and also see an outdated Japanese Nambu.
Agent Gunsmith
3. Agent Gunsmith
April 19, 2014
Monster trucks infiltrate the range. Kenny decides to hire one of Payton's friends as Biff scores two old pistols.
Office Space Invaders
2. Office Space Invaders
April 12, 2014
In an effort to attract more customers, Payton tries to come up with a first-person video game experience. Biff discovers a antique box gun dating back to the 1800s.
Guns and Glory
1. Guns and Glory
April 5, 2014
In the second season premiere, the Sumners are preoccupied with expansions at the range. While Kenny focuses on business negotiations and tricky construction problems, Steven works with the wife of an injured military veteran to surprise him.
Description

Guntucky is a patriotic blend of firearms entertainment and a slice of life of the Sumner family that runs Knobb Creek in Kentucky. The show is an engaging glimpse into the realities that follow weapons experts in their roles as fantastic weaponry facilitators. The use of exciting guns is mixed with the facets of the lives that artillery range demonstrations impact. The Sumners try to reach a balance between explosions and education while running a business.

Patrons at Knobb Creek bring everything from cannons to machine guns to bring to life exciting movie scenes, historical reenactments, and hypothetical combat situations. Other parts of the show involve scenes that examine roles of men and women in the store setting. Traditional family values underscore every situation and respect is always the moral compass that the Sumners use to guide their interactions. A recurring theme for the show is the balance between swagger and salesmanship.

At a time when America is focused on the debate on whether or not guns still have a place in modern society the Sumners all live raise their own while immersed in firearms. Parents on the show teach their children that guns can not only entertain, but teach life lessons safely as well. The store embodies working class principles that emphasize bullets as the backbone of leisure. In addition to demonstrations that show how large magazine firearms are used, practices such as haggling, staffing concerns, and a gambit of quagmires encompass every interaction.

Guntucky airs on CMT. It is a reality show for anyone that can appreciate the importance of cooperation when running a family business. Varying episodes take a head-on approach to showcase the virility, honesty, and lightheartedness of true southerners. While dialects and classic rural demeanor are inseparable from the family's dealings, the show offers perspectives on artillery that speak to a broad spectrum of viewers.Guntucky is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (17 episodes). The series first aired on April 21, 2013.

Where to Watch Guntucky

Guntucky is available for streaming on the CMT website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Guntucky on demand at Amazon, Vudu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 21, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    5.7  (15)